TD did this task in an fMRI scanner which measured brain activity during the task, and also tried to guess which kind of face he was seeing. Other visual brain areas are able to detect the light and provide information on the location, despite the lack of a visual cortex. Once information leaves our eyes it travels to at least 10 distinct brain areas, each with their own specialised functions. It can feel like an intuition which is separate from your senses, but really it demonstrates that your senses — particularly vision — can work in mysterious ways. You don't catch that person on the bus watching you, but you know they are Credit: Getty Images. Intuitively, many of us might imagine that when you look at something with your eyes, signals travel to your visual cortex and then you have the conscious experience of seeing it, but the reality is far weirder.
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